Restaurant Development & Design

MAR-APR 2018.

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M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 7 7 17. Olde Good Things' Salvaged Wood Farm Tables Olde Good Things (OGT) uses salvaged wood from run-down barns, old industrial spaces, and historic sites throughout the U.S. to make its line of farm tables. OGT provides a variety of table options from industrial to modern styles with wood choices that include antique white pine, reclaimed oak, reclaimed industrial flooring with rivets and American black walnut. 18. 2nd Ave. Lighting's Corsica Chandelier UL and cUL listed for dry and damp locations, the Corsica chandelier in Champagne Metal- lic features four 60-watt bulbs surrounded by hundreds of clear and amber faceted crystal beads shaped like water droplets. The light fixture measures 35 inches wide and 63 inches high. Custom and dimmable/LED options are available. 19. Tandus Centiva's More Than Wood Collection The More Than Wood collection offers 24 glue- down digitally printed luxury vinyl styles inspired by wood textures and visuals. Yakisugi, for ex- ample, features an aesthetic based on shou sugi ban, the Japanese technique of charring wood. Plank size varies depending on style, but all are 3mm thick. 20. Littman Brands' Vinea Chandelier Vinea, Latin for vine, was designed by Pedro Bodegas Jr. of Grupo Eco, manufactured by Littman Brands Contract Lighting and developed in collaboration with Troy Custom Design Studio. The chandelier, built around a linear LED fixture featuring four downlights, stands more than 10 feet tall and is constructed of 720 aluminum links that create flexible strands. 21. Vista Air's Vertically Folding Walls Vista Air's Vertically Folding Walls use a propri- etary system that utilizes quietly meshing gears in place of counterweights, tension springs or hydraulic pulleys. Safety features include a fail- safe positive stop system and optional sensors. It is available in several mounting options and clad- ding materials and is manufactured with recycled aluminum. Possible attachment systems include insulated wall panels, concrete masonry units and wood framing. 17 18 21 19 20

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